Electronic gadgets are great for organising your life: you can be woken up, told how many steps you've completed in a day, advised that your heart isn't working hard enough, reminded of meetings, doctor's appointments and parents' evenings, and alerted that your BFF is having a fab time in Lanzarote. But there's a lot to be said for using a good old-fashioned notebook and a pen, particularly as they don't need charging. The thing is, sometimes a notebook just isn't quite… enough.
Leuchtturm1917 have solved the certain something that's missing by producing the Bullet Journal. It's a notebook designed for people who like 'to do' lists, but would like to be more organised. It's for those who like to set goals, both long- and short-term. It's for reminders, recording achievements and dealing with failures. But best of all, it enables the user to create their own system of organisation, using symbols, different colours, different pens, drawings, maps… whatever you like. And because bullet journalling is supposed to make your life simpler and more structured, the Bullet Journal is exactly that: simple and structured. It doesn't lay things out for you, because that's your job. What it does do is provide a sensibly-sized book with a sturdy cover in two appealing colours; an elasticated loop to keep everything together; three different coloured fabric page markers, so you can keep your eye on more than one spot in your journal; 240 numbered pages of superb-quality cream paper with a dot grid ruling; separate pages for your index; an expanding pocket inside the back cover; and a few tips and hints on how to get started. It even opens flat and comes with a sheet of stickers for archiving.
This is your life in A5.
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|Paper Colour:||Cream or Ivory|
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